Sonya: Gulf fish tacos combined with a melon mojito makes for the perfect evening on the River Walk at this innovative contemporary Mexican restaurant.
Lara: Close to the Alamo, shaded by native live oak trees, the Bier Garten offers authentic Bavarian fare, including sausages, pretzels, kraut and ice cold beers.
Buckhorn Saloon & Museum
Sonya: Good conversation, great food and spectacular wildlife exhibits. Fun for the entire family. Show your Valero Alamo Bowl ticket stub and receive $2 off (up to 10) admission to the Buckhorn or Texas Ranger Museums.
Charlie Wants A Burger Sports Bar
Gil: Big screen TVs plus top-notch burgers and the River Walk’s largest selection of craft beers make this my home away from home.
Dave & Buster’s Rivercenter
Will: Enjoy the mouth-watering menu items and innovative drinks. From wings to steaks, they’ve got whatever suits your appetite and their premium bar assures they’re stocked to satisfy! Plus, you can watch any game on one of their massive HDTVs with epic stadium sound or play state-of-the-art games.
Dick’s Last Resort
Seth: It’s a guaranteed good time filled with tasty food and light-hearted sarcastic humor from the waitstaff.
Down on Grayson
Lara: Down on Grayson is a casual, modern-American restaurant serving a mixture of classic and contemporary dishes in a fresh and fun atmosphere. Nestled in Tobin Hill on the outskirts of the acclaimed Pearl Brewery area, Down on Grayson offers an approachable menu with something for everyone.
Sidne: You’ll never leave hungry at Fuddruckers. Great burgers and great atmosphere. Walking distance from the Alamo too!
Chase: This San Antonio family restaurant has just what you’re looking for. Exceptional service and great Italian food. You won’t be disappointed with your visit.
Hard Rock Café
Kelly: Great food. Fast service and fun atmosphere. Can’t wait to have another Rockin’ good time at the Hard Rock Cafe.
Julie: A 20 minute walk from the downtown along the new Museum Reach of the River Walk, the Pearl development is a most stop for any foodies. Good luck picking between one of my favorite restaurants there: Cured (farm-to-table), La Gloria (Mexican), Green (vegan), Sandbar (seafood) and il Sogno (Italian).
Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville
Ray: From a large flowing margarita machine to their tropical atmosphere, Margaritaville is more than a restaurant; it’s a state of mind.
Joe’s Crab Shack Riverwalk
Will: Everyone’s a Winner at Joe’s! Bring your Game Ticket in for 20% off! *Food and non-alcoholic beverages only. Not valid with any other offer or discount. Tax and gratuity not included.
Derrick: Jo Street is known for its world class chicken fried steak, succulent pork chops & chicken and handmade desserts. Don’t miss the 500 year old tree inside the restaurant.
Justin’s Ice Cream Company
Brianne: A River Walk classic since 1981 they feature Ice Cream, Gelato, Sorbet, Sherbet and so much more!
La Villita Cafe
Adam: Located in the heart of San Antonio, La Villita Café offers visitors an ideal spot for relaxation and refreshment whether you stop in for breakfast, lunch, a drink or a quick snack.
Mad Dogs British Pub
Sidne: Famous for their Fish & Chips but the menu boasts the best of British Pub Grub, Mad Dogs has also been voted the “People’s Choice” for entertainment on the River Walk.
Historic Market Square
Kelly: Our family’s holiday tradition is to enjoy the sights and flavors of the largest Mexican market outside Mexico. After shopping, we always enjoy a meal at Mi Tierra which is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Paesanos River Walk
Rick: Their Shrimp Paesano is almost as famous as the River Walk. Celebrate with agood meal riverside while sipping one of their signature cocktails…or two.
Rick: Widely considered to be the best steakhouse in San Antonio, The Palm is a must for any San Antonio visitor or local.
Brianne: You will LOVE their handmade pizza. From rolling or tossing the dough, shaping it, and adding freshly cut ingredients, their in-house team knows how to bake a good pizza.
Q Kitchen I Bar
Julie: Relaxed atmosphere. Great Bar-B-Q. 100 beers on tap. 50 types of whiskey. Locally inspired.
Sidne: Part restaurant, part adventure the Rainforest Cafe re-creates a tropical rainforest with waterfalls, lush vegetation and indigenous creatures.
The Republic of Texas Restaurant, Inc.
Bryan: Authentic Texas cookin’ right on the River Walk. Do not miss out on the Akaushi Burger, the beef is only bred in Yoakum, Texas and guarded by the Texas Rangers.
Rio Rio Cantina and Naked Iguana Tequila Lounge
Lara: Experience bold, fresh Tex-Mex on the River Walk. My favorite stop for chips & salsa and refreshing Rio Rita.
Rita’s on the River
Brianne: Along with ample river seating, Rita’s is known for it’s delicious margaritas, handmade tortillas and hot sizzling fajitas.
Rosario’s Mexican Restaurant
Sonya: The menu combines traditional south-of-the-border dishes with authentic house specialties, all prepared with a contemporary twist. Some favorites include shrimp nachos, fish tacos, ceviche, tacos callejeros, parrillas and specialty margaritas. Show your ticket and receive a “chef’s surprise” appetizer.
Tony G’s Soul Food
Lara: Everyday is like Sunday at Tony G’s Soul Food. Located in the Historic Sunset Station you don’t want to miss their southern favorite dishes.
Tower of the Americas
Sidne: The 750-foot-tall Tower of the Americas provides guests the most spectacular view of the Alamo City. Enjoy an elegant dinner at the top or experience the 4D Skies Over Texas Theater Ride.
Lara: You haven’t experienced Texas until you’ve had Whataburger. It’s a Texas tradition.
Brianne: Come in for a great experience at one of the best bars in town which offers over 100 beers on draft, and stay for the delicious American-style cuisine prepared by the chefs in our scratch kitchen.
Zocca Cuisine D’italita
Sonya: Authentic dishes that evoke the warm, relaxed hospitality of Italy. Dine al fresco on the riverside patio or relax in the casual, contemporary ristorante.